can someone recommend me a tutorial or a yt channel or whatever that teach how to build your own computer, i know reeeally few about the subject. and please no randy taylor shit, i need something more detailed and with less distractions than that
I'm considering buying the brand new Raspberry Pi 3 model B but I'm just wondering if it is a good value. I'm very interested in the multitude of projects available and I do have programming experience. Also I'm curious how cheap I could build a 3d printer using this raspberry pi
Probably a surface mount capacitor. I would otherwise say resistor but they don't typically burn up like that unless you did something horrific to it. Just look up the model number of a nearby one and solder some new ones onto it and hope the rest of the board is not fried.
I have a beat to hell portable Motorola record player that I'm modifying to a smaller, more portable version. I had the idea to maybe add a headphone jack running straight from the needle, but it looks like no one has done this before. Would a record player stylus produce sufficient voltage to produce sound through headphones? Pic related, painted turntable
>Making an ambient light/sound system that activates upon entering my room >Upon entry ambient lights turn on and a sound file plays >Using an arduino uno to control lights >Using RPi to handle wireless communication from motion sensor to arduino and to sound system to play file
I feel like there is a simpler way to do this. An RPi seems like complete overkill for simply sending a message to my light controller. (The lights will be located across... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>955127 >atmel chip I could do this, (in fact I was probably going to ditch the duino anyway and just use a standalone chip) I'm just using some PWM to control light fades and color cycles.
>Sound system I was still thinking of ways to get it done. Idealy, I would use a simple speaker that I could upload a simple sound file to (It's gonna say some cringe shit like "welcome home master" and that's all). I considered bluetooth, but... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
We are working on an art installation and we need 1 kilometer of black flexible cable. The ideal diameter is 10 millimeters but it could be a bit less or more. It could be an empty pipe/sheath because we don't need to electrify it. Also, we don't need a single piece of 1 km, it could be 10*100m for exemple.
We are obvioulsy looking for the cheapest solution.
I have mice in the walls of my apartment. As far as I know, none have chewed through the walls yet but I can hear them gnawing. Problem is I'm on a lease so I can't fuck with the property to get rid of them. I plan on living in this shithole apartment for a while so I'd like to deal with this problem. My landlord won't help and he's also literally retarded so asking him isn't an option. The building has a bad rodent problem but I live on the top floor so I figured it wouldn't be an issue... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
you'll never get rid of mice but you can keep the numbers down. drill a 1.25-inch hole in wall and put one of those live-capture swinging-door traps against the hole, gluing to a piece of 2x4, for example, to give it weight.
(dunno how the electric one in the pic works, i just use a spring-loaded mechanical one)
>>954887 >My landlord won't help and he's also literally retarded so asking him isn't an option. Document asking him so you can use it against him later, should any of your property get damaged or he accuses you for damage caused by rodents.
Ok, /diy/ i want to harden an anvil. I'm going to buy 2 feet of railroad track and shape it for an anvil, i want to at least. Before i drop the $65 for 2' of track I'm curious if i can case harden it myself. I have a budget if $50 (after buying the track) and lots of eucalyptus wood to burn, some coal, and a blower to pump air in the fire. What steps and materials should i get to successfully harden an anvil? Pic related, the size of track
>>954672 First, do you need to harden it? Depending on how much you're going to use it, you may not need to. Find out how hard it is, see how aggressive a file is on it, hit it a time or two with a hammer, it may be hard enough. If you still need to harden it, try to find out what kind of steel it is, you may not be able to harden it anyway. The steps to harden are heat, quench, temper, but on a piece that size... Good luck controlling the tempering heat long enough to do it right. That's if you can get it hot enough,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>954659 Call them what they are: mobile homes. They are fancy trailers for hipsters that don't want to live in a trailer park. Shitty ones at that. They cost a lot more per square foot unless you get a bunch of the materials free and you consider the labor you dump into it worthless. Or you can spend $50k building one that looks like a real house or you can spend $25k and buy one prefabricated that has a real kitchen, real bathroom and is 3 times larger. If cost really is the issue just get a mobile. Lets be real though;... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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